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) Analyze the reasons for the Anti-Federalists opposition to ratifying the constitution. Thesis: During the time of the creation of a constitution, different belief systems started to divide into two different groups which were the Federalists and the AntiFederalists and they Anti-Federalists did not want to ratify the Constitution because they were afraid that it was giving too much power to the national government at the expense of the state governments, there was no bill of rights, and because the national government could maintain an army during peacetime, which they did not approve of. I.) Too Much Power A. The National Government i. The National government was given way to much power over decisions and they feared of America’s future. B. “necessary and proper clause” i. This gave Congress too much power. ii. This was a cause for concern because it entitled Congress to make, and enforce any laws that were deemed 'necessary and proper.' But what exactly was considered necessary and proper and what wasn't? iii. While Anti-Federalists expressed concern that the clause would grant the federal government boundless power, Federalists argued that the clause would only permit execution of power already granted by the Constitution. C. The Executive Branch also held too much power. i. They feared that the Executive Branch would take on the role that King George the 3rd had used and "oppress" them with no protection of their individual rights. ii. We were just in the revolutionary war which was costly to our nation. iii. To put ourselves in the same position as before with the potential for a loose-ish government would be hypocritical and pointless to the our future. No Bill Of Rights A. Gov. could govern, decide, and deny the “natural-rights”. i. freedom of speech and religion. ii. People would be subjected to search and seizure. iii. Cruel and unusual punishment B. Seize property and persons and force citizens to quarter troops. i. we just experienced this in the Rev. War.
But it seems like it is the cause of war and instability. Tyranny i. How will anyone know that they are safe if they constantly have to worry about things like the raising of the amy? ii. iii.e. ii.) Government could have an army during peacetime A. so the best way to get money from the people is to raise taxes. not really protection. It’s more of an attack force. can lead to the collection of taxes i.ii. they will start to mobilize or recruit and then the need for money will be there. i. Supposed to guarantee peace and stability for a nation. Creates less security for the people i. . the revolutionary war B. Less assurance for the nation as a whole C. iv. Scarred of another king George III situation. this happens all of the time because when the nation fears of another.known as the Bill of rights. C. Their constant push for these rights sparked the creation of the first 10 amendments…. III. It relies on a standing army ii.
ii. emphasized conversion of the heart.so this was still another way of making the slaves inferior to white people. They could honor their ancestors through these gods too. C. Another way of getting blacks to be “equals” B. iii. and descending action of the sermon. The emotion of the subject is carried through the speaker's tone. they didn’t want it to create emancipation ideas. Slaves were able to uphold the beliefs in their religion and by continuing traditions to preserve their sense of identity in a world where they were become less human. This created gods that the African Americans could prey to about their crops. i. rain. but. C. i. African American Preachers i. climax.) Thesis: More often than not. White preachers taught the slaves that they had to obey their masters as a sign of being faithful to God…. Oral Traditions A. Christianity i. African Religious beliefs + Christian Beliefs= a “slave religion” ii. many slave owners tried to convert their slaves to Christians. I. The early belief of one powerful god and lesser ones along with it. Music. Great Awakening i.) Religion A. ii. Not at first. it was not until the Great Awakenings (1740 and the early 1800’s) that black slaves began to turn towards Christianity in large numbers. traditions. and religions.. Use two of the following categories to analyze the ways in which AA’s created a distinctive culture in slavery. ii. and cadence. preachers tend to perform rather than simply speak. volume. Many of these cultural elements have been passed from generation to generation through storytelling. and fertility. B. encouraged overjoyed body expressions. slaves were denied of their cultural identity. These ideas were obviously accepted by slaves because they converted throughout the South. they would become equal in God’s eyes. Slaveholders did not encourage education.3. i. which tend to mirror the rising action. (Family. opportunity to inspire and educate one another. II. and required a simple confession of Jesus Christ’s lordship.) . iii. Some slave owners did not believe in doing this at all because they saw slaves as inferior to them and they were afraid that if they converted them.
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